We live in an uncertain time. A global health crisis forces a shift to remote work, while economic losses threaten budgets. At the same time, a movement for social justice demands we do more to eliminate bias.
In the face of these challenges, the future appears cloudy. How will you lead an HR organization through these changes into a better future of work? Inaction is not an option. You need to choose positive changes that seize the moment and address the current challenges, while putting you in position for whatever the future brings.
Here’s how we see this playing out and what it means to you.
Efficiency will be a necessity. Hiring will not be getting less competitive, and engaging existing talent will not become less important. Talent teams will want to use AI to work smarter and spend their time on improving the candidate and employee experience. One technology company, among the fastest-growing companies in the world, increased the number of positions handled per recruiter by 50 percent within a quarter with Eightfold.
Interviews and selection will change. We talked on this blog about how to interview someone for a remote job. It’s not the same as in person;
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